'season's Greetings' Looks O.k. To Me. Let's Run
Is It Any Wonder You Got Coal In Your Stocking?
Christmas Greetings from the Applebys
New Yorker December 1st, 1986
I'd Like To See Old Ho-ho-ho Try To Assemble One
Well, He Loves People, The Birds That Fly
Lets Simplify This Year
Teresa Burns Parkhurst
God, How Earnest. Whales On Recycled Paper
Watch Who You're Calling Irrelevant!
The Mighty Have Fallen
Post holiday elation
If You're Not A Good Boy
For The Glory Of God Almighty
There Is A Santa Claus
Good Grief! He Thinks He Is Santa Claus!
Any Discount To The Trade?
New Yorker November 28th, 1959
No 'ho-ho-ho' At All
For The Last Time
That Time of Year Again
Your Honor, The Jury Finds The Defendant, Willis
New Yorker December 19th, 1994
The Easter Bunny In August
And We Didn't Get Anything For Him
New Yorker June 8th, 1998
It's A Check For A Hundred Thousand Dollars
A Couple Stands On A City Street Where Holiday
Clash Of The Titans
''tis My Season!'
Like Santa for Seasons Greetings
The Sound of the Season
How Do You Make A Wassail Bowl?
I'd Like More Child Support
So What's It Going To Be? The Same Size As Last
We Better Break This Up. We're Straining
We Had The Usual Exchange Of Gifts - She Gave
A Long Description Of Various Non-denominational
Just Answer The Question
Bruce Eric Kaplan
I'm Cold, You're Cold
Tone Me Down A Bit
Things Are Crazy Right Now. Let Me Get Back
Bruce Eric Kaplan
In A Concerted Effort To Get Home
New Yorker January 3rd, 1942
New Yorker January 1st, 1944
Now Don't Bawl Your Damn Head Off!
New Yorker December 25th, 1943
New Yorker January 1st, 1938
Street Sweeper's Christmas
John Held Jr
Whee! Wasn't It Nice Of Papa To Buy Us All Union
She Started ?apping Them - And They Worked!
Fourth ?oor - Formerly Radio
Does He Spend Many Evenings At Home
Helen E. Hokinson
. . . Or Perhaps He's Tied Down To A Desk Job
Could You Recommend A Book For A Lady Thirty-?ve
Men, Your Job Is Going To Be Tough This Year
For Me? Why
New Yorker December 27th, 1941
I Want Him To Think I Knitted It
O.k., Pop - Turn Left
I Want To Look At Toys
Of Course, We Wouldn't Have Chosen Westport
New Yorker January 2nd, 1943
New Yorker December 11th, 1943
What Did You Get That Wasn't Cardboard?
I'd Like Something Nice For My Boy At Fort Dix